Cherry Wood Spoons & Spatulas (Set of 3)
Cherry Wood Spoons & Spatulas (Set of 3)
Cherry Wood Spoons & Spatulas (Set of 3)
Cherry Wood Spoons & Spatulas (Set of 3)
Cherry Wood Spoons & Spatulas (Set of 3)
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Field Company

Cherry Wood Spoons & Spatulas (Set of 3)

4.8
Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews
Regular price
$125
Sale price
$125

Introducing the world's first manufactured wood spoons with an angled crank designed to match the natural motions of the human hand.

Most manufactured wood spoons are flat, ignoring generations of design knowledge from spoon carvers, in the name of cost savings.

The Field team has sweat the details to bring you a set of tools with the same qualities as our pans: made for every day use, made to get better with time, made to be your favorite, and made to last. 

Made in USA.

Introducing the world's first manufactured wood spoons with an angled crank designed to match the natural motions of the human hand.

Most manufactured wood spoons are flat, ignoring generations of design knowledge from spoon carvers, in the name of cost savings.

The Field team has sweat the details to bring you a set of tools with the same qualities as our pans: made for every day use, made to get better with time, made to be your favorite, and made to last. 

Made in USA.

Why did the Field Company need to make wooden utensils? Because we were unhappy with all widely available wood utensils compared to those that are hand carved.

Much like our cast iron skillets, we saw an opportunity to bring the best of hand crafted products to more people. Field wood utensils have "crank"—which means that they are angled so you can actually pick up liquid in a spoon or get leverage with a spatula when scraping up some of the tasty bits from a pan. Other manufactured wood utensils are made flat because it's cheaper and easier to make them that way. We believe that if you're going to have a tool you use every day for decades, do it right. Read more.

Cherry is our wood of choice. It’s a solid, tight-grained North American hardwood that is smooth, durable and well-suited to a kitchen environment. We love it’s warm tones and the fact that—like cast iron—it develops a nice patina over time.  

Each utensil is sanded and finished with a coat of beeswax, tung oil, and citrus peel oil. Made in USA.

Spoon Head: 2.4 in x 3.6 in   |   Length: 11.7 in  |  Crank angle: 16 degrees

Spoontula Head: 2.4 in x 3.6 in   |   Length: 11.8 in  |  Crank angle: 17 degrees

Spatula  Head: 2.4 in x 3.8 in   |   Length: 11.7 in  |  Crank angle: 6.5 degrees

Hand wash in soapy water. Do not wash in dishwasher.

With care, these spoons can last a lifetime.  Oil will revitalize dry wood and repel water. If your spoons are looking dry, we recommend oiling them with a cooking oil of your choice or mineral oil (or even our cast iron seasoning oil)

Over time, the grain of the wood may rise and create a fuzzy texture. This happens to sanded surfaces when they are exposed to water. To make them smooth again, simply sand down while dry with a Scotch-Brite scour pad (or the rough side of a sponge), and then oil.

Why did the Field Company need to make wooden utensils? Because we were unhappy with all widely available wood utensils compared to those that are hand carved.

Much like our cast iron skillets, we saw an opportunity to bring the best of hand crafted products to more people. Field wood utensils have "crank"—which means that they are angled so you can actually pick up liquid in a spoon or get leverage with a spatula when scraping up some of the tasty bits from a pan. Other manufactured wood utensils are made flat because it's cheaper and easier to make them that way. We believe that if you're going to have a tool you use every day for decades, do it right. Read more.

Cherry is our wood of choice. It’s a solid, tight-grained North American hardwood that is smooth, durable and well-suited to a kitchen environment. We love it’s warm tones and the fact that—like cast iron—it develops a nice patina over time.  

Each utensil is sanded and finished with a coat of beeswax, tung oil, and citrus peel oil. Made in USA.

Spoon Head: 2.4 in x 3.6 in   |   Length: 11.7 in  |  Crank angle: 16 degrees

Spoontula Head: 2.4 in x 3.6 in   |   Length: 11.8 in  |  Crank angle: 17 degrees

Spatula  Head: 2.4 in x 3.8 in   |   Length: 11.7 in  |  Crank angle: 6.5 degrees

Hand wash in soapy water. Do not wash in dishwasher.

With care, these spoons can last a lifetime.  Oil will revitalize dry wood and repel water. If your spoons are looking dry, we recommend oiling them with a cooking oil of your choice or mineral oil (or even our cast iron seasoning oil)

Over time, the grain of the wood may rise and create a fuzzy texture. This happens to sanded surfaces when they are exposed to water. To make them smooth again, simply sand down while dry with a Scotch-Brite scour pad (or the rough side of a sponge), and then oil.

Any wooden spoon will roughly get the job done. But what goes into making the best wooden spoons?











































The result: you reach for it just about any time you cook anything in any piece of cookware

No cutting corners, no compromises

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Good things come in threes

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